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Energy Efficient TVs

Energy Efficient TVs

A television uses electrical energy to display pictures. However, TV’s energy consumption varies depending on the technology, size, and quality of manufacturing. For instance, LED-backlit TV’s use a fraction of the electricity of older LCD TV’s.

Another factor is the amount of time we spend in front of a screen. The more time we spend in front of a TV, the more energy we use. Changing our habits can help reduce our power consumption.

One way to reduce power usage is to lower the contrast of your TV’s screen. Some models offer an energy save mode that automatically adjusts the brightness of the screen to reduce power consumption. You can also opt for a TV with screen dimmers or automatic shut off when no one is watching.

Choosing an energy efficient TV may cost more than a standard model, but it can help you save a lot of money in the long run. In fact, the energy savings can quickly outweigh the price difference. ENERGY STAR certified TV’s operate more efficiently and offer the same or better features of conventional sets.

If you’re considering buying a new TV, it’s important to consider the EnergyGuide label, which helps you compare critical energy use statistics. Most models include prominent labels highlighting the total cost. Also pay attention to the ENERGY STAR(r) rating, which makes it easier to choose an energy-efficient model.

Purchasing a smart TV allows you to access streaming video services remotely. You can control the television from your smartphone or tablet.

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